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Erasmus+ successor programme proposals iNote


This information note has been developed in response to the European Commission proposals for the successor programme to Erasmus+. The paper outlines some of the important changes and new features of the programme, including how the UK might participate in light of the UK’s departure from the European Union in March 2019.

Save study abroad campaign

#SupportStudyAbroad

An urgent campaign to encourage the UK government to commit to funding study abroad opportunities in case of a no-deal Brexit.

News

Universities UK welcomes report detailing impact of international graduates

21 March 2019
Universities UK has responded to a joint report by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Kaplan International Pathways (Kaplan) which explains the contribution from international students who graduate from university and stay in the UK to work.

Life-changing research at UK universities could be days away from stalling

19 March 2019
Universities UK is calling on the government to take urgent steps to prevent the UK from losing out on hundreds of millions of pounds worth of research grants if there is a no-deal Brexit.

Blog

International students

£3.2 billion of tax from each cohort of international students who stay to work in the UK

21 March 2019
Nick Hillman, Director of HEPI, digs further into new research on the economic impact of international students who stay on to work in the UK.

"Sorry everyone, but we need to talk about Brexit."

12 February 2019
Universities UK International Director Vivienne Stern on the conversations the sector is having as we head towards the Brexit denouement.